Fine Lines

Volume 2, Issue 2

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Page 8 of 15 9 During the Session In addition to the use of masks, you might notice that your session becomes quieter. This not only intensifies the focus of both client and esthetician on the work being done, but it's another way to cut down on aerosols we emit when we talk, and the number of droplets in the air. After the Session Clients may be urged to wash their hands or use hand sanitizer before leaving. In addition, your esty may have some contactless payment options available for you, or will have a freshly disinfected credit card reader available for your payment (many establishments no longer accept cash). Please be sure to communicate with your esthetician if you become ill in the week following your appointment, or if you subsequently find out you were unknowingly exposed to someone with COVID-19 before your session occurred. While things may look a little different at your next skin care appointment, the context of the therapeutic interaction you will have with your esthetician will remain unchanged— and everyone following best practices can ensure that good work will be done. ▪ Your esthetician will rely on you to call and reschedule your appointment if you are feeling ill or have any COVID-19 symptoms, including dry cough, sore throat, chills, fever of 100°F or higher, shortness of breath, new skin lesions (especially on the feet), new onset of muscle aches, and new loss of taste or smell.

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